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English Language Teacher needed for School in Elche (Alicante)

Published: 16 Sep, 2020
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Barbara's School

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Spain, Elche
Full time

Job title

English Language Teacher

Job description

We have a vacancy to begin as soon as possible for a qualified teacher. The applicant should be a native speaker of English.

Experience teaching young children is important, as well as experience preparing students for the Cambridge exams.

The position would involve teaching students of different levels as well as different age groups. There is a maximum of 8 students in each group. Most of our classes begin at 16.00 but we do have classes in the morning as well.

Salary and benefits

Salary is negotiable depending on experience.


Applicants must be native speakers of English, have a EU passport or permission to work in Spain. A knowledge of Spanish is important.

It is essential that they enjoy teaching. We like to think that there is a relaxed, contented atmosphere at the school but there is also a serious approach to work.

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